Talking about touch and consent with younger learners, looking at the topic with a focused lens for EYFS and primary pupils
Part of a suite of specialist webinars for teachers of learners with SEND, this webinar explores Consent and Touch for Younger Learners and is ideal for SENCOs, RSE and PSHE subject leads, senior leaders with subject responsibility for the subject, and class teachers delivering RSE to learners with unique learning needs.
Facilitated by RSE Specialist and teacher Rachael Baker, participants will:
- Explore how to teach about touch and consent with younger learners, including content regarding playing, sharing, joining in, as well as touching other’s bodies and our own, rules about privacy and how to say no.
- Examine how to teach about good and bad touch, and give practical activities that can be used in the classroom to give learners robust guidelines and ways to navigate the topic of touch safely.
- Build confidence in approaching the topic of consent in an age appropriate and differentiated way
This webinar forms part of our range of SEND specialist CPD, supporting you to develop a curriculum that is age appropriate, needs led, differentiated and personalised. It is available as a book-on course, or commissioned in your own setting.
How to take part:This webinar will run using zoom. Ticket holders will receive an email in advance of the event with the meeting ID and password. Accompanying slides are provided for delegates to keep.